Error Rates in dataset. The Spearman's rank correlation coefficient, obtained using M musculus orthologs, is shown against a consensus measure for error rates. The consensus measure is calculated by averaging the rank of datasets for the three measures of error. Correlation coefficients marked in yellow indicate significant correlations, and the red markers indicate low statistical significance (Figure 2). Datasets that demonstrate stronger correlations between connectivity and evolutionary rate are more accurate whereas datasets that show no correlation are found to be less accurate. The notable exception here is the INTACT_HO dataset, and this may arise from experimental bias.